[arch-general] USB mounted into "wrong" directory
teg at jklm.no
Wed Apr 4 07:03:19 EDT 2012
On Apr 4, 2012 11:14 AM, "David" <pixelshuck at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 04 Apr 2012 12:05:55 +0300, Tom Gundersen <teg at jklm.no> wrote:
>> On Apr 4, 2012 4:46 AM, "Vladimir Lomov" <lomov.vl at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> after system upgrade (seems after 2012-04-02) all USB flashes are
>>> mounted in /run/media/USER/LABEL instead of /media/LABEL that was
>>> previously. Is it intentional or is it a bug?
>> This is intentional. It is done by udisks2, while udisks still uses the
>> old location (as fast as I know).
> Uh, is there any way to revert to old mapping?
> I do not like the new one.
You'd have to check with udisks. My guess is that while reverting might
work for the time being /media is going away in the future as the old
implementation had issues (namespace and privacy in particular). If you
have concerns about the new approach I suggest raising them sooner rather
than later, before things become hard to change.
Note that in most cases the location of this folder is not something the
>>> Detailed information:
>>> OS: Archlinux x86_64
>>> Repos: testing
>>> Rel. soft:
>>> udev 181-9
>>> systemd 44-4
>>> libsystemd 44-4
>>> initscripts-systemd v44.1-1
>>> udisk 1.0.4-3
>>> udisk2 1.93.0-1
>>> The following packages (mentioned above) have been updated:
>>> udev 181-5 -> 181-9
>>> libsystemd 44-1 -> 44-3 -> 44-4
>>> udisk2 N/A -> 1.93.0-1
>>> systemd 44-1 -> 44-3 -> 44-4
>>> initscripts-systemd v38-2 -> v44-1 -> v44-2 -> v44.1-1
>>> systemd-arch-units 20120317-1 -> 20120401-1
>>> udisks 1.0.4-2 -> 1.0.4-3
>>> How I mounting USB flash
>>> I run Openbox with autostarted dbus and consolekit (my user added to
>>> group 'storage'), I run pcmanfm or thunar or nautilus, plugin USB
>>> it clikcing on label on left.
>>> P.S. Interestingly, mounting in Dolphin works as usual (flashes are
>>> mounted in /media/LABEL).
>>> WBR, Vladimir Lomov
>>> Nowlan's Theory:
>>> He who hesitates is not only lost, but several miles from
>>> the next freeway exit.
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